Friday, October 12, 2018

New Issue: London Review of International Law

The latest issue of the London Review of International Law (Vol. 6, no. 2, July 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Marie- Marie-Bénédicte Dembour & Neil Stammers, Introduction: Trade +
    • Marie-Bénédicte Dembour & Neil Stammers, Free trade, protectionism, neoliberalism: tensions and continuities
    • Ntina Tzouvala, The academic debate about mega-regionals and international lawyers: legalism as critique?
    • Paul Robert Gilbert, Sovereignty and tragedy in contemporary critiques of investor state dispute settlement
    • Julia Rone, Contested international agreements, contested national politics: how the radical left and the radical right opposed TTIP in four European countries
    • David Schneiderman, ‘Writing the rules of the global economy’: how America defines the contours of international investment law
    • Anil Yilmaz Vastardis, Justice bubbles for the privileged: a critique of the investor-state dispute settlement proposals for the EU’s investment agreements
  • Books etc.
    • Book Symposium
    • Aeyal Gross, Writing The Writing on the Wall
    • Hagar Kotef, The law and its politics: reading Aeyal Gross’s The Writing on the Wall
    • Nimer Sultany, International law’s indeterminacy and 1948 Palestine: two comments on Aeyal Gross’s The Writing on the Wall
    • Matt Craven, The preoccupations of occupation: Aeyal Gross and The Writing on the Wall